Total Control Products Bump Steer Kit Manual Steering 1967-1969

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Product Description

Total Control Products Bump Steer Kit for all 1967, 1968 and 1969 Mustangs with Manual Steering.

Dial-in your 1967, 1968 or 1969 Mustang's manual steering setup with this all-new bump steer kit from Total Control Products. The Total Control Products bump steer kit can minimize and in some cases practically eliminate the bump steer affect in your 1967-1969 Mustang, making handling more consistent and predictable.

TCP Bump Steer Kit Includes:
- Adjustable Outer Tie Rod Ends
- Shim Spacers
- Billet-Steel Adjuster Sleeves

Most evident on rough road surfaces, during hard cornering or under heavy braking, bump steer is the change in toe, or left to right angle, as the suspension moves through its range of motion. Toe is measured by the difference in the track width of the leading edge and trailing edge of a set of tires. Up to 3/8 inch of toe change can be experienced when your suspension is moving through its full range of motion and can cause erratic, uncontrolled steering. Excessive bump steer increases tire wear and makes the vehicle dangerous and more difficult to handle on rough roads.

Please Note: This bump steer kit requires the use of V8 spindles and inner tie rods, and 11/16-18 (.688) thread on adjuster sleeve shaft. This bump steer kit will not fit the 3/4-18 factory power steering inner tie rods.

Order a Total Control Products Bump Steer Kit for your 1967, 1968 or 1969 Mustang with Manual Steering from CJ Pony Parts, and reclaim the absolute steering control you were meant to have!

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Installation Instructions

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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I am looking to purchase the Total Control Products Power Steering Rack and Pinion kit for my manual steering 1969 Mustang. Will this kit help or is it not needed?

Asked by: Critnlu
This will only work with inner tie rods that are 11/16-18 (.688) thread .
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-10-24

Is there a kit available to fit the standard 3/4 in tie-rod shaft. I need to fit it to a 76-68 Falcon.

Asked by: Neville
The vendor has not provided any information regarding cross-fitments of this part to any other model then what is listed.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-10-04
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Total Control Products Bump Steer Kit Manual Steering 1967-1969 Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: We’re here with Total Control Products Bump Steer kit, fitting your 1967 through 1969 Mustang with manual steering. This Total Control Products Bump Steer kit is going to replace the outer tie rods on your 1967 through 1969 Mustang with manual steering and address the common bump steer issue, especially found on lowered cars. It includes these billet steel adjuster sleeves, adjustable outer tie rod ends, and shims, and all necessary hardware for installation. Bump steer is a common problem found especially in lowered Mustangs due to changes in the toe when the car suspension goes through motion. The worse these changes in toe are, the more erratic and dangerous the steering can become. This kit will fix that problem and will require alignment when installed. Due to differences in the outer tie rod ends, this kit will fit your '67 and '69 with manual steering only. It will not work on a power steering car.